Sabertooth Tiger Coloring Pages

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Fierce Sabertooth Tiger Coloring Pages

Detailed Sabertooth Tiger Coloring Pages for Adults

Friendly Sabertooth Tiger Coloring Pages for Kids

Ice Age Sabertooth Tiger Coloring Pages

Dramatic Sabertooth Tiger Hunting Coloring Pages

Sabertooth Tiger in its Natural Habitat Coloring Pages

Prehistoric Sabertooth Tiger Coloring Pages

Sabertooth Tiger Family Coloring Pages: Adult and Cubs

Superhero Sabertooth Tiger-inspired Coloring Pages

Tips For Coloring Sabertooth Tigers

What colors should I use for a Sabertooth Tiger coloring page?

Given that the Sabertooth Tiger lived during the prehistoric time, their exact color isn’t proven. However, Sabertooth Tigers were most likely similar in color to current large cats for camouflage purposes – tans, browns, and whites. For its iconic long upper canines, use ivory or off white, not bright white.

How can I add more detail and realism to my Sabertooth Tiger coloring?

Adding texture to the fur through different shades of the main color can give depth to your coloring. Details such as dark stripes or spots can add visual interest, and don’t forget to emphasize the distinguishing long upper canines. Eyes are vital too, for current big cats, these range from blue in young to green or yellow in adults.

Are there any remarkable features of the Sabertooth Tiger I should pay attention to while coloring?

The most remarkable feature of the Sabertooth Tiger is obviously its pair of long, curved upper canines, which could grow up to 11 inches long. It had a robust body with broad forelimbs so you might want to add extra definition there. Sabertooth Tigers also likely had relatively small tails, much like that of a bobcat.

Can you provide some interesting facts about the Sabertooth Tiger that I could incorporate into my art?

Despite its name, the Sabertooth Tiger actually isn’t directly related to the tigers we know today. In fact, its closest living relatives are thought to be the cheetah and the cougar. Also, they were not predatory hunters but opportunistic scavengers, preferring to scavenge on kills after other predators had done the work.

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